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Featured Hot Rods The NEW Moon Disc - Wheel Cover Pic Thread!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Fordor Ron, Oct 6, 2017.

  1. saltflats
    Joined: Aug 14, 2007
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    saltflats
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    from Missouri

  2. DIYGUY
    Joined: Sep 8, 2015
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    DIYGUY
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    from West, TX

    IMG_0739.JPG Screw on, anodized black
     
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  3. verde742
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    model A rear.jpg IMG_0556 (1).jpg
    Top two pictures, contact me: ITS For Sale !!
     
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  4. Corvette Fever
    Joined: Feb 18, 2014
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    Corvette Fever
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    Moon disc made any car look better and faster. Most of the ones I had were the snap on ones and I don't think I put a set on without putting a dent in at least one............finally a local machismo started making them and I got my first real set up for my 56 raked Ford Convertible........looked Kool but it sure wasn't fast


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  5. IMG_1961.JPG IMG_1963.JPG

    Even the guys that don't like them have to admit these are cool.
     
  6. Installing the discs.
    The wheels,
    15X4 inch wheels.JPG
    The jig,
    jig for Dutz fasteners.JPG
    weld the fasteners to the wheels installing fasteners.JPG

    On the car
    2011_0510(006).JPG This is on a car I'm building for competition.
    Probably not good for a street car installed this way as a coin will unfasten them.
     

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  7. ^^^ Excellent! I want to do this. What's it cost to do it turn key?

    Did you rent the pattern Disc that MOON has to make the tabs or did you just wing it and make your own?
     
  8. I bought the discs and the jig from Moon Eyes, don't remember the cost. Came with the fasteners. I think the jig was $45, it all came with some instructions and was a pretty simple install.
     
  9. Finn Jensen
    Joined: Dec 20, 2008
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    I don't recall the cost of the jig. But if my memory is correct, you buy the jig and then can return it to Moon for credit after preparing your wheels. Mine worked out very well; the discs fit nicely and are really secure.
     
  10. edcodesign
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  11. I just kept it for a wall hanging, figured postage to return it would eat up a third of what I'd get back. I'll probably need it again as I really like the look.
     
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  12. HOLLYWOOD GRAHAM
    Joined: Apr 11, 2007
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    HOLLYWOOD GRAHAM
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    from Ojai,Ca

    Don't throw away the unusable ones, they make good lids for rag barrels. IMG_1027.jpg
     
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  13. Probably the last picture I will get to post of this model T before it goes to live in Missouri lift day.jpg
     
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  14. rottenleonard
    Joined: Nov 7, 2008
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    Anybody have more info on this car?
    IMG_1964.JPG
     
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